The Sound Of Football Podcast

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Monday, 27 September 2010

Sound Of Football Podcast 56 - English clubs in Europe

We return to our regular Monday evening/Tuesday morning slot with a discussion on the prospects of English clubs in the Champions League and Europa League.

Can Manchester United manage with a misfiring Wayne Rooney and an injured Ryan Giggs? Are Chelsea flat track bullies? Haven't we forgotten someone? These questions and a few more are asked and on some occasions, answered within the podcast.

Check out all the televised fixtures in the UK on our Midweek TV Preview.

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Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Sound Of Football Podcast 55 - Official: Match Of The Day is rubbish

This week, the Sound Of Football podcast revisit a previous podcast on the football media in light of the recent criticism of Match Of The Day.

Chris, Graham and Terry jump on the MOTD bashing bandwagon (which we, in our own self-important way, think we helped start). The chaps look at ways in which we think this most venerable of football highlights programme could be changed. The conversation also looks at football TV show formats in general and what sort of shows we'd like to see.

Needless to say it's not long before the words "Richardson" and "James" are mentioned.

We'd love to know what you think. Are we being too harsh on Messrs Lineker and co? What sort of football TV show would you like to see?

You can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.

Thursday, 16 September 2010

European Football Special Superpod

Proudly introducing European Football Special, a veritable superpodcast covering the continent’s major leagues. Once a month some of London’s finest football podcasters join forces to analyse the latest goings-on in France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Russia and elsewhere.

Featuring Graham Sibley, Jonathan Fadugba, Chris Oakley, James Appell, Terry Duffelen and Chris Nee, EFS will be available to Sound Of Football listeners as well as subscribers to the Twofootedtackle podcast.

You can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.


Monday, 13 September 2010

Sound Of Football Bundesliga Special - Deutsche Bahn to Dortmund

Join Chris Oakley, Terry Duffelen, Graham Sibley and special guest Gary Andrews from the Twofootedtackle podcast on our trip to Germany to see the top Bundesliga clash between Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg.

The guys look ahead to the game on a double decker train from Köln to Dortmund before looking back on the result immediately afterwards and once again after a number of beers on the train back to Köln.

Warning: the conversation does deviate somewhat from football on to Bratwurst and Wagamamas Chicken Katsu Curry.

Soccerjens is also on hand to chuck in a few other non-football related topics that emerged during the course of the weekend.

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Monday, 6 September 2010

Sound Of Football Podcast 53 - Football Media Special

This week, Chris, Graham and Terry try to make sense of the UK media's coverage of football in general and the England team in particular.

They look at the recent demonising of Fabio Capello in The Sun and find comparisons with the treatment of passed England managers.

Then their ire is focused on TV and radio coverage with some novel suggestions on how to improve Match Of The Day, not all of which are entirely legal.

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